Omni April 1984

 

 

WORLD'S MOST MYSTERIOUS PAPER
AIRPLANE: CUTOUT MODEL INSIDE

BRAIN PACEMAKERS:
PLEASURE ON COMMAND

PALM READERS AT THE PENTAGON:
WHY THE MILITARY IS SERIOUS ABOUT ESP

MUSEUM OF THE IMPOSSIBLE

 
OMNI1984AprLG

Vol.6 No. 7

Cover Art: Commissioned by Hammermill Paper, Extrasensory Impression is artist Stanislaw Fernande's futuristic and colorful depiction of the ultimate achievement in psychokinesis: Laser beans take ideas locked deep within the human brain and etch them directly onto a metallic plate.

 
Contents / Articles

First Word
Opinion
by Joyce Milton

Omnibus
Contributors

Communications
Correspondence

Forum
Dialogue

Earth
Environment
by Peter Rondinone and Kathrine Jason

Space
Comment
by James E. Oberg

Life
Biomedicine
by Tom Gauntt

Mind
Behavior
by Robert Brody

Breakthroughs
Technology
by Richard Wolkomir

Stars
Astronomy
by Derral Mulholland

Artificial Intelligence
Computers
by Len Hilts

Explorations
Travel
by Odean Cusack

Continuum
Data Bank

Sol Salvation
Article
by James E. Oberg

Fire
Fiction
by Jere Cunningham

Palm Readers at the Pentagon
Article
by Ronald M. McRae

World's Most Mysterious Paper Airplane
Article
by Scott Morris

Critics in Orbit
Pictorial
by Andrei Sokolov

Brain Pacemakers: Pleasure on Command
Robert G. Heath
by Judith Hooper

Antimatter
UFO's, etc

Competition Results
Video Games
by Scot Morris

Sea Anemones
Phenomena
by Jeff Rotman

Museum of the Impossible
Games
by Scot Morris

Last Word
Humor
by Randy Cohen